There are several theme parks in Jutland that are worth a visit. Here on the site I have gathered all the theme parks in Jutland. The list includes theme parks with real rides and green spaces, where you and your family should spend some nice hours together.
Adventure Park Ringkøbing
Søtangevej 1, 6950 Ringkøbing
At the first stop in our review of theme parks in Jutland, we meet Adventure Park Ringkøbing. At Adventure Park Ringkøbing you have the opportunity to choose from a wealth of activities for the whole family.
There is something for every man – young and old – whatever the season. To name just a few of the activities:
- Adventure Golf
- football Golf
- Handball Golf
- Football pool
You also have plenty of opportunity to play smaller games:
- shooting Simulator
- Playground with a roller coaster, ball pool, table football, playhouse and much more
It is also possible to rent mechanical horses and spectacles (pictures so you look just like a drunken man would look). You can read more about this on their website.
Last but not least, Adventure Park Ringkøbing is a great place for larger groups looking for a place to hold this year’s gathering, birthday and other. You can bring your own food and drinks – except beer, wine and spirits (can be bought in the café).
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Åkirkebyvej 10, 7400 Herning
Baboon City is possibly Denmark’s largest indoor amusement center, which boasts more than 200 different interactive amusements. Therefore, if you choose to stroll past Baboon City, put in the tile stove for the very big chug day.
I don’t want to list all the activities, so I just picked a selection of the rides that I think I would have a lot of fun with:
- piles Match
- Trampolin parks
- Diving Trampolines
- Wall Walking Trampolines: Oh
- Hoppeborg (for us with children)
- Various slot machines – here I would think that a lot of fathers will probably jump and jump when they see all the cool, retro slot machines.
- soccer Darts
- Human table football
- Tornado Sweeper
- Frisbee cupboard
It is also possible at Baboon City to join larger groups if you are missing a place for your next event. However, all this you can read much more about on their website.
Enggardsvej 9, 6893 Hemmet, Bork Harbor
Like the other playgrounds, Bork Playland is an ideal place to visit if you are looking to spend a few hours of fun and play.
Below I have come across some of the various amusements that await you at Bork Legeland:
- Air hockey
- ball bath
- Bouncy castle
- Indoor curling
- climbing Wall
- Mini legeborg
- Mini medical area
- Mini Tarzanbane
- Quiet room with massage chairs, massage balls and a sofa corner
- Sumo suits
- Costumes Corner
Randersvej 17, 8581 Nimtofte
After all, Djurs Sommerland is one of the Danish theme parks that we have all visited at some time or at least become acquainted with.
Djurs Sommerland is a real theme park, which is divided into theme countries with each their associated amusements.
- African country
- Farm Land
- Water park
- Viking Land
Djurs Sommerland currently has 59 rides in their theme park. Instead of typing all 59 into here, you should rather skip their website instead.
To compensate, I list here the most notable rides:
- The Dragon King
- Rio Grande Rafting
- The Wave
Family Park West
Highway 56-58, Hee, 6950 Ringkøbing
Family park West is a real Danish family park, where you can both camp at the same time as you can use the park. Of course, it is also possible to make use of the park WITHOUT having to be campers at the campsite.
There are a lot of sights in and around Familiepark West, so if you are planning to be in the area in or around Ringkøbing, Familiepark West is an obvious place to consider.
Pirupvejen 147, 9492 Blokhus
Oh yes, Fårup Summerland. The Danish theme park has been around for many years, and in my circle is known for being a really good theme park to visit for families with children.
There is ample opportunity for fun and hassle for both young and old – and there are rides for kids of all ages.
One thing I really like about Fårup Summerland is that you can see all the rides on their website, and filter by whether it should be an amusement on land or in water, and whether it is for the small, wild or maybe the whole family – if now mom or dad really want to play a bit as children again.
Are you looking for the wild rides, then you can among other things. Sample:
- Lightning (Denmark’s wildest roller coaster with an acceleration from 0 to 80 km / h in 2 seconds – if you want it to be wilder, go to Heide park)
- Surf Hill (120 meter long water slide)
- The log
- The waterfall (42 meter long water slide)
- The water cannon (roller coaster with free fall and two loops)
- Wild River (river rafting)
Fårup Sommerland is clearly worthy of a recommendation.
Legindvej 30, 7900 Nykøbing Mors
Jesperhus ss a holiday center and theme park, which has spent many years optimizing their theme park to be the perfect fit for families with children.
You can rent holiday homes, cabins and campsites for the night, and spend the day playing in Abeland, the water park or try some of the popular activities.
They work with an ongoing activity plan, so to get the most up-to-date information on what happens where and when, visit their website.
Nordmarksvej 9, 7190 Billund
Who doesn’t love playing with LEGO? I LOVE playing with LEGO and I am at least in Legoland twice a year. Getting back to the theme park where I have so many fond memories of being a kid is just so cool.
If you, your boyfriend, husband or children are a fan of LEGO and would like to visit an theme park where there is both a lot to see and a lot to try, then Legoland is an obvious place to go.
Gammelbro, 7190 Billund
LEGO House is, after all, Lego’s answer to a country built by LEGO, where we humans are allowed to pretend that we are LEGO men and LEGO women. LEGO House is a tourist attraction where many millions of LEGO blocks have been used to fill up the beautiful premises.
There is something for both the big and the small – there are also some activities where you can even be creative with LEGO blocks.
I think you can spend 2-3 hours walking around and enjoying the great masterpieces of LEGO. Fun fact is that the big tree on the ground floor is built of no less than 6,316,611 Lego bricks – it is absolutely crazy!
Skovbrynet 5, 8000 Århus C
Tivoli Freedom is also one of the good old Danish theme parks that you just have to visit during your childhood. There is something to do for everyone – even the very young children. Whether you are looking for the wild or the quieter rides, this is something you can find at Tivoli Freedom.
Løvstrupvej 1, 6900 Skjern
WOW-Park is a playground right in the trees, which can boast of being a different theme park than so many others.
You and your children have plenty of opportunity to play in the forest floor, underground and in the trees. Yes, up in the trees. You have the opportunity to come up completely to the crowns of the trees, so that you can feel the fresh wind better. Of course, security is in control, and I must say that despite my always-surprisingly high altitude fear, it wasn’t actually that bad when we visited WOW-Park.
I hope that my list of theme parks in Jutland meets your wishes and needs. If I have forgotten an theme park located in Jutland and you think you are eligible to be on the list, please note it down in the comments section.
In addition, I hope that you will give the article 5 stars for the review – if only 4, of course, it is also okay. Not everyone is throwing around 5 stars.